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Creating a Webhook Configuration

Creating a webhook configuration in Lucidum is the first step toward sending data from Lucidum to another application or solution.


Before defining the webhook configuration in Lucidum, you must first determine the URL that will listen for incoming webhooks on the application or solution.

Usually you can find this information in the API documentation for the solution or application.

If you need assistance, consult your Lucidum Account Executive.

Defining the Webhook Configuration

To define the Webhook Configuration:

  1. In Lucidum, go to Action Center > Edit Configuration.

  2. From the list of Channels, select Webhook.

  3. Click Add Webhook Configuration.

  4. In the New Webhook Configuration page, enter the following:

    • Configuration Name. A name that describes the new Webhook configuration.

    • webhook_url. The URL on the solution or application that listens for webhooks from Lucidum.

    • Header Key. You can accept the default value “Content-Type”.

    • Header Key Value. You can accept the default value “application/json”.

    • Max request payload records. You can specify a maximum size for the payload. The default value is 100 records. The maximum value is 5000.

    • Enable SSL Verification is disabled/enabled. Toggles on/off SSL verification. The default value is “disable”. If you enable this field, Lucidum validates that the server certificate matches the expected certificate, usually the locally trusted root certificate used in the browser. If you are connecting to a solution or application via HTTPS, you can select this option.

  5. After you have populated all the fields, click Create and Test.

  6. From the Configuration page, find your new configuration and click the Test link to test authentication and the connection.

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